Marshall County family loses home in the floods

As families continue to cleanup from last week’s storms, one Marshall County family lost their home.

Angela Clark’s mobile home in Hardin came off its cinder blocks.  The flood waters then rushed in, destroying almost everything inside.

She is now living with extended family, but needs clothes for her, her husband and two daughters.

Her 13 year-old daughter wears a 10/11 in women’s.  Her 15 year-old wears 14/15 in women’s.

Clark wears 22/24 in women’s and 2XL shirts.  Her husband wears 32×34 pants and a small/medium in shirts.  You can call Clark at (270) 978 – 3453.
 

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